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JNDI DataSource Configuration (Java System Application Server with Duke Book Store)

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In tomcat 5.x, in order to configure the JNDI DataSource (map the
resource reference name to database URL), we add the information
between the <Context> tag in file $CATALINA_HOME/conf/server.xml.
However, when using Sun Java System Application Server, i have no idea
where it stores the JNDI DataSource information.
I try to have a look on Duke Book Store example comes with
j2eetutorial14. The database was created (is the resource reference
name "jdbc/BookDB also mapped to the database URL at this stage?) by
using "asant create-db_common".
however, all the steps is just like a black box by using asant
automated tool. i have exactly no idea what is the steps need to be
performed, in order to make jdbc/BookDB mapped to
jdbc :p ointbase:server://${db.host}:${db.port}/${db.sid}
i try to check on the admin console, the JNDI->Custom Resources and
JNDI->External Resources are empty, does that mean the jdbc/BookDB
have not mapped to the database URL?
if yes, what step by step should i do in order to map the
"jdbc/BookDB" resource reference name to database URL?
thank you.
yan cheng
[ April 21, 2004: Message edited by: Yan Cheng Cheok ]
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